According to the Sun, Arsenal' manager Arsene Wenger must arrange an audacious £14m bid if he still intends to bring the 24-year-old Bolton centre-back to the Emirates.
The report believes Wenger might cajole Owen Coyle, who has made his intentions known that he won't contemplate the idea of selling his prized asset, by accepting his initiative of keeping Jack Wilshere for another six months as a means of sweetening the deal.
With Philippe Senderos and Mikael Sylvestre already told (indirectly) to find new clubs after their dismal performance for the Gunners in the past seasons, Wenger is expected to make one last move aimed at convincing PSG bound William Gallas to stay with the Gunners for another season in order to guide and teach the young and enterprising Cahill the rudiments of defending the Arsenal way.
Meanwhile, A statement on the official website has poured cold water on the rumour (by the Dailymail) that Steven Taylor could leave Newcastle United for Arsenal during this summer's transfer window.
There will be lots of transfer speculations this summer, and take the Steven Taylor rumour with a pinch of salt.